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Issue 19 - Page 13

This one took longer than expected to sketch. The fully shaded version will be up by tomorrow afternoon.

edit: Here's the finished version. Sorry for the slight delay. Wednesday was dedicated to a project that should be up by Monday. More on that then.

Comments [15]:

Ears peeled back... Allen is not happy!
I'm not sure how this could go. The bullet did good the first time. But can it stop what Jack is throwing Allen's way now? Disruptive metals aside, that's still quite a bit of Ice Jack's hurling at him.
At last! An image showing a gun being fired properly, and his thumb is clear of the cylinder too!
He's had experience. I would assume considering time frame he's probably ex-military and served in the war
Casual Notice
Police or private security training more likely. Military trains you to fire your sidearm from a profile stance and not squared off. Provides a smaller and less vulnerable target when you know people are shooting back at you.
We have to keep in mind with this issue this is right after world war 2.
Random Driveby
Indeed, the stance Allen's using was invented during WW2 by SOE, if I remember correctly. SOE had some very strange people (they were one of the outfits Christopher Lee served with), and was wound up post-war; him being ex-SOE (and therefore security cleared up the wazoo) is not unbelievable.
Opps someone just made a mistake. No real names should ever be spoken in the presence of a fae
Full true name. That's the trick. Also, whoa shit. That panel between Jack's magic and Allen's gun...
Again keep in mind the time frame of this story. They don't know all the rules except for legends
Fox Wood
Nice rendition of the Webley & Scott revolver, by the way. .455 I would guess? A most trusted and reliable piece of machinery. They are some of my favorite handguns. I own several of them myself. They are hard to find nowadays though, and getting to be VERY expensive when you do!
It could also be the Enfield copy of the Webley Mk VI. I own one that was made in 1926. Mine saw duty during WW II with Australian forces. And like Allen I use it as a self defense carry gun.
The Webley is indeed a fine weapon. Purchasing one is a bit pricey, especially if you intend to shoot it. My self defense weapon is either my M9 or grandfather's Navy issue M1911A1.
Quite brave of Allen, but he has no idea what he's up against. I hope Moriane arrives soon. Realistically, she's the only one who can win this.
Right now, I think Allen's only hope of survival is if Moriane intervenes. Hurry, girl!